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OPERATION MANUAL 
MANUAL DE OPERACION 




Thank you for purchasing the Casio CZ-3000. The CZ-3000 is a totally digital 
synthesizer under LSI (large scale integrated circuit) control, and is designed 
using the same principles that apply to analog synthesizers, thus eliminating the 
frequently heard complaint about digital synthesizers that they are too complex. 
This makes the unit actually a hybrid that combines the operational ease of an 
analog synthesizer with the tonal quality of a digital model. 



3 Modes of the CZ-3000 



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1 



NORMAL MODE 

•Play of preset timbres. 

•Modification of timbre data recalled From memory. 

•Creation of new sounds. 

•Application of various effects to timbres, 

• Saving of timbres created to built-in memory or optional RAM cartridge 
RA-3. 



2 



TONE MIX MODE 

•Mixing of any two timbres. 

• Independent setting of each timbre level. 



3 



KEY SPLIT MODE 

•Splitting of the keyboard into UPPER and LOWER portions for independent 

play of two timbres. 
•Independent setting of each timbre level and effect. 



CONTENTS 



GENERAL GUIDE 
PERIPHERALS 



8 



| PART 1 NORMAL MODE 



PRESET VOICES „ 

MEMORY VOICES 

EFFECTOVERALL CONTROL 

PD (PHASE DISTORTIOM) SOCJND SOURCE. 

8-STEP ENVELOPES 

BLOCK CONFIGURATION 

TIMBRE DATA WRITE/SAVE/LOAD 



■ 

10 
10 

11 

13 
14 
15 
25 



PART 2 TONE MIX MOD 



TONE MIX SETTING 

EFFECTOVERALL CONTROL,., 



28 

28 



PART 3 KEY SPLIT MOD E 

KEY SPLIT SETTING 

EFFECTOVERALL CONTROL 







29 

30 



| PART 4 M IDI 




SEND/RECEIVE DATA .... 
MIDI IN EACH MODE..... 



31 
32 



CARE OF YOUR UNIT 
SPECIFICATIONS 



35 



36 



GENERAL GUIDE 




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Power Switch 



©OVERALL CONTROL SECTION [TOTAL CONTROL] 



L 



MASTER TUNE key 



KEY TRANSPOSE key 



i — Indicator 



TOTAL CONTROL 



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B|M STEKfO CWWU4 u . v 



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mil VOLUME u iK 



GLIDE OM/GFF tey 



^ORTAMKNTO ON/OFF key 



Chorus Control 



-Master Volume 



•MASTER TONE key 

CJsed to adjust the pitch of the entire key- 
board within the range of ± 100 cent (half 
tone). 

•KEY TRANSPOSE key 

Transposes selections in half tone incre- 
ments within the range of Q through F ft. 

•PORTAMENTO ON/OFF key 

Switches portamento ON and OFF. The in- 
dicator above the key lights when ON, and 
portamento is applied according to the por- 
tamento time set using the PORTAMENTO 

key in the bl U:-n. ':-<• ■>. i ;, n, ■> . 



•GLIDE ON/OFF key 

Switches glide ON and OFF. The indicator 
above the key lights when ON, and glide 
ts applied according to the NOTE and 
TIME values set using the GLIDE key in the 

Effect Section •?). 

•Master Volume 

Adjusts the volume levels for the head- 
phone and LINE OUT output, 

•Chorus Control 

Adjusts the chorus effect, 



GENERAL GUIDE 



MODE SELECT SECTION 

The keys in this section are used to select one of the three modes. 



® SOLO KEY 



Switches between monophonic (ON) and polyphonic (OFF) play. An indicator will light 
above the key when ON. 



4 MIDI KEY 



Set to the ON position to specify the send/receive status when a MIDI instrument or per- 
sonal computer is connected to the MIDI terminal on the back pane] of the keyboard. 



©PROGRAMMER SECTION 






A total of 64 timbres are contained in memory (32 PRESET and 32 MEMORY). The keys 
in this section are used to select one of these timbres and to write timbres to memory. 



■PRESET BANK keys 



MEMORY BANK keys 
Indicator 



WRITE key 




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Indicator 



HKAJ. I 



COMPARE/RECALL key 



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-Voice Selectors- 



•PRESET BANK keys 

Used to select one of the lour preset banks. 
An indicator will light above the key 
pressed. 

•MEMORY BANK keys 

CJsed to select one of the four memory 
banks. An indicator will light above the key 
pressed. 

•Voice Selectors 

Used to select one of the eight timbre 
memories in the selected bank. An indica- 
tor will light above the key pressed, and a 
message will appear on the LCD as shown 
in the following illustration. 



•WRITE key 

Records timbres created using the 
Parameter Section ;f$ in the MEMORY 
BANK. 

♦COMPARE/RECALL key 

Compares a timbre created by modifying 
a voice recalled from memory with the 
original (unmodified) voice. The modified 
timbre is temporarily stored in the COM- 
PARE/RECALL area of memory and the 
COMPARE/RECALL function is automati 
cally turned ON (indicator lights above 
key). The original voice is recalled when 
OFF and the modified timbre is recalled 
when ON. 



*P RESET* C-2 

SYNTH,, STRINGS 



PRESET BANK C, tone number 2 




MEMORY BANK A, lone number 4 



GENERAL GUIDE 



LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD) 



Such information as voice numbers, voice names, parameters and data appears on the 
LLD as the keyboard js being used. 



3 DATA ENTRY SECTION 



DATA ENTRY 



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DIGITAL SYHTHEStflH 



LCD 



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VALUE keys- 



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CURSOR keys 



ENVELOPE STEP keys- 



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•VALUE keys 

Changes the data displayed on the LCD. 

Pressing [▼) decreases the value by 1, while 
pressing® increase the value by 1. Hold- 
ing down either key will cause the value to 
continuously in crease/ decrease. Also used 
for SAVE and LOAD operations with a RAM 
cartridge RA-3. (See page 26.) 

•CURSOR key 

Moves the cursor (bi inking mark below the 
data) on the LCD. Basically, each press of 
the H key moves the cursor one position 
to the left t while each press of the® key 
moves the cursor one position to the right 
when multiple data are being displayed. 
*The®(YES) and ®<NO) cursor keys are 
also used for SAVE and LOAD operations 
using a RAM cartridge RA-3 (page 26), 



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ENVELOPE POINT keys 



INITIALIZE of the timbre data (page 23). 

• ENV STEP keys 

Used to adjust the envelope steps of each 
DCO, DCW and DCA envelopes provided 
in the Parameter Section©. Each press of 



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in me Karameter Section 0_a>. Each pre 
the ® lowers the step while each pre 
the B raises the step. 

•ENVPOINY keys 

Used to specify the SUSTAIN POINT and 
END POINT of each DCO, DCW and DCA 
envelope provided in the Parameter Sec- 
tion©., 



® Cartridge key 



The cartridge key is used in connection with an optional RAM cartridge RA-3 for saving 
or loading timbre data of MEMORY BANK. Press as the initial step for performing SAVE 
and LOAD operation between the keyboard and an optional RAM cartridge. (See page 26.) 



GENERAL GUIDE 



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■9 EFFECT SECTION 



The keys in this section are used to set data for applying four types of effects to all timbres 

using the ON/OFF keys and PITCH BEND/MODULATION wheels. Any data modification 
is performed using the Data Entry Section {£>. 



PORTAMENTO key- 



BEND RANGE key 





EFFECT 






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GLIDE 

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GLIDE key 



MODULATION DEPTH key 



•PORTAMENTO key 

Used to set the portamento time. Por- 
tamento is applied according to the set 
value when the PORTAMENTO ON/OFF 
key of the Overall Control Section CO is ON. 

•GLIDE key 

Used to set the glide time. Glide is applied 
according to the set value when the GLIDE 
ON/OFF key of the Overall Control Sec- 
tion is ON. 



•BEND RANGE key 

Used to set the PITCH BEND © variation 

range. 

•MOD DEPTH key 

Used to set the MODULATION variation 
range. The MODULATION WHEEL ©oper- 
ates in the range of the set value when the 
MODULATION ON/OFF key © is ON. 



PARAMETER SECTION 

All parameters of timbre data are set using the keys in this section. All data modifications 
(except for line select parameters) are performed using the Data Entry section 0. 

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PARAMETER 



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©WAVE FORM key 

Press this key when you want to select the 
basic wave form for Line 1 . An indicator 
lights above this key when ON. 



(0) 



h'DCO envelope key 
This key lets you set the pitch envelope for 
Line 1. An indicator lights above this key 
when ON. 



GENERAL GUIDE 



©DCW KEY FOLLOW key 

Press to make the wave form of the Line 
1 DCW approach a pure sine wave accord- 
ing to the pitch of the keys being played. 

CdDDCW envelope key 

Press to set the wave envelope for Line 1 . 
An indicator lights above this key when 
ON. 

®DCA KEY FOLLOW key 

Used to set the time variance between the 
upper and lower registers of the keyboard 

for DC A 1. 

ODDCA envelope key 

Press to set the parameters of the Line 1 
amplifier envelope. An indicator lights 
above this key when ON, 

®WAVE FORM key 

Press to select the basic wave form for Line 
2. An indicator lights above this key when 

ON. 

CftDCO envelope key 

Sets the pitch envelope for Line 2. An in- 
dicator lights above this key when ON. 

C'DCW KEY FOLLOW key 
Press to make the wave form of the Line 
2 DCW approach a pure sine wave accord- 
ing to the pitch of the keys being played. 

I DCW envelope key 

Press to set the wave envelope for Line 2. 
An indicator lights above this key when 
ON. 

®DCA KEY FOLLOW key 
Used to set the time variance between the 
upper and lower registers of the keyboard 
for DCA 2. 



(ODCA envelope key 

Press to set the parameters of the Line 2 
amplifier envelope. An indicator lights 
above this key when ON. 

©VIBRATO key 

Press to set the vibrato effect independent- 
ly for each tone. Data setting itself is per- 
formed in the Data Entry section. 

©OCTAVE keys 

Press to shift the pitch range of each tone 
up or down in one octave steps. Data set- 
ting itself Is performed in the Data Entry 
section. 

©DETUNE key 

Press to detune the pitch of Line 1 or Line 
2 without changing the tone, for Line 1 ' or 
Line 2\ 

©LINE SELECT key 

Changes line select in the order UJ -* 20 

-* \S\ + 3D -> ED \ ffl . The indicator 
above the selected line combination lights 
up. 

©RING key 

Causes Line 1 ' or Line 2' to be ring modu- 
lated by Line 1. An indicator lights above 
this key when ON. 

©NOISE key 

Causes Line 1 ' or Line 2' to be modulated 
by noise. An indicator lights above this key 
when ON. 

©INITIALIZE key 

Initializes the settings of the various 
parameters (sets the respective data to 0), 
thus making it easier to start creating 
sounds right from the beginning. Press the 
INITIALIZE key and simultaneously press 
the key of the parameter to be initialized. 



'GENERAL GUIDE 



©MODULATION ON/OFF KEY 



MODULATION WHEEL 



Turned to adjust the vibrato depth according to the variation range set using the MOD 
DEPTH key in the Effect Section®, 



PITCH BEND WHEEL 



Turned to controi the pitch according to the variation set using the BEND RANGE key 
in the Effect Section®. 



KEYBOARD 



PERIPHERALS 



The CZ-3000 is not equipped with built-in speakers. A keyboard amp is required except 
when using headphones. 



• Connection Diagram 



CD' Power termina 



® FOOT VOLUME terminal ©LIME OUT terminal (R/L) 



6) SUSTAIN terminal 



Accessory power cord 



(3.) PHONES terminal 




Sustain pedal 



Foot volume control 



Keyboard amp 

{AS- 3000, AS- 2000, etc) Headphones 



PF.RIPHKRALS 



a 



•H* 



(D POWER TERMINAL 

For connection of accessory power cord. 

(DUNE OUT TERMINAL (RIGHT/LEFT) 

For connection of a speaker with a built-in keyboard amp (such as the optional AS-3000). 
•Stereo output is only possible when both the RIGHT and LEFT terminals are connect- 
ed to speakers. 
Connecting only one of the two terminals will result in monaural output. 



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3 PHONES TERMINAL 



-..a, 



For connection of headphones. 

4 MIDI TERMINALS 

For connection of another keyboard or a computer equipped with MIDI terminals. 

CD FOOT VOLUME TERMINAL 

For connection of a foot volume pedal (optional VP-2) which allows fine adjustments 
of volume during keyboard play. 

*No sound is heard when the foot volume pedal is not pressed or when the main volume 
of the keyboard is set to MIN. 



fS\ 



6 SUSTAIN TERMINAL 

For connection of a sustain pedal (optional SP-1). Sustain effect applied when pedal 
is pressed. 

® PROTECT SWITCH 

Used to protect against erasure of timbre data from the Programmer section or data 
played using the Sequencer Section, 



MEMORY PROTECT FUNCTION 



WRITE is impossible and data LOAD from an optional RAM 
cartridge is impossible when the PROTECT switch is in the 
ON position. This protects against inadvertently erasing data 
(see page 25). The switch should usually be kept OM and only 
be set to OFF for WRITE and LOAD operations. 



PROTECT 

OFF ON 



Usually left OM 



CARTRIDGE SLOT 

For loading a separately available RAM cartridge (RAO). (See page 26.) 



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OPTIONS (SEPARATELY AVAILABLE) 

•Keyboard amp (AS-300G) 
•Keyboard amp (AS -2000) 
•Keyboard amp (AS-20) 
•Volume Foot control (VP-2) 
•Sustain pedal (SP-1) 
•Headphones (CP-2) 

*AII options should be available from dealers that handle the CZ series. 



•RAM cartridge (RA-3) 
•Stand (CS-2) 
•Stand (CS-5) 
•Protective case (HOI 6) 
•Flight case(HC-lOO) 



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PERIPHERALS 



■■■ 



PART 1 * NORMAL MOD 






■■■i 



PRESET VOICES 






•First, turn power ON by pressing the power switch located to the right of the keyboard. 

The display will appear as shown here when power is switched OH. 



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Kiwi K 




;# 



♦PRESET* H-l 
BRASS ENS.l 



, -t 



Display when power is switched ON. 



At this time the keyboard is set to the NORMAL mode and the Programmer Section auto- 
matically recalls PRESET A-1, BRASS ENSEMBLE. 

32 preset voices selected using the PRESET BANK keys and VOICE selectors can be used 
for keyboard play. 



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PRESET BANK keys 



VOICE selectors 



■X PRESET BANK selection 




, , 



ijjjia±]_ 



(2) VOICE selection 
'The name of the preset voice selected will be shown on the LCD. 

PRESET VOICE TABLE 



No. \^ 


A 


B 


C 


D 


1 


BRASS ENSEMBLE 1 


SYNTH. BRASS 


BRASS ENSEMBLE 2 


TRUMPET 


2 


STRING ENSEMBLE 1 


STRING ENSEMBLE 2 


SYNTH, STRINGS 


VIOLIN* 


3 


JAZZ ORGAN 


ELEC. PIANO 


ACCORDION 


FANTASTIC ORGAN 


4 


WHISTLE* 


FLUTE # 


BLUES HARMONICA 


DOUBLE REEO 


5 


FAT BASS 


SYNTH. BASS 


ELEC. GUITAR 


METALLIC SOUND 


6 


VIBRAPHONE 


CRISPY XYLOPHONE 


SYNTH. GLOCKENSPIEL 


CARIMBA 


7 


SYNTH. DRUMS 


STEEL DRUM 


SYNTH. PERCUSSION 


CONGA 


8 


HUMAN VOICE 


FAIRY TALE 


CARILLON 


TYPHOON SOUND 



*16-tone polyphonic (1 DCO). Unmarked are 8-tone polyphonic (2 DCO). 



MEMORY VOICES 



The memory bank is composed of 32 memory areas to which original timbre data creat- 
ed using the Parameter Section can be written. MEMORY BANK keys A through D and 
VOICE selectors 1 through 8 of the Programmer Section are used to select a memory 

voice for recall. 



PRESET VOICES/MEMORY VOICES 



ID 



v.;. 



MEMORY BANK keys (A- D)—> * 




(T) MEMORY BAMK selection 



VOICE selectors (1-8)— >< - 2 LjM 1 s j . IT" 



: 



&• VOICE selection 



•The memory bank and voice number are displayed on the LCD, 
•The 32 memories of the MEMORY BAMK are set at the factory with sample tones includ- 
ed in the separate "DATA BOOK". 



EFFECT/OVERALL CONTROL 



— — 



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Portamento time 



The following appears on the LCD when the PORTAMENTO key in the Effect Section is ON: 



EFFECT 



PG*TA- 

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■• 1:1 



PORTAMENTO 

TIME=25 







(00 ^ TIME 5 99) 



The VALUE Q and E keys in the Data Entry Section are used to set the portamento time 
within a range of 00 through 99. The portamento time increases (portamento becomes 

slower) as the numeric value increases. 






PORTAMENTO ON/OFF 



Portamento is switched ON and OFF using the PORTAMENTO ON/OFF key in the Over- 
all Control Section. 

* Portamento is only applied for legato (subsequent keys are pressed while previously 
pressed keys are held down) when portamento is switched ON while the SOLO key is ON. 
♦Portamento and glide mutually cancel each other. p^™^ 



-GLIDE NOTE/TIME 

The following appears on the LCD when 
the GLIDE key in the Effect Section is ON: 





Cursor 



- 24 g NOTE £+24 
00 < TIME ^99 



NOTE indicates the pitch divergence from standard of the key pressed. Settings are made 
in half-tone units in the range of 2 octaves up and down ( ±24 half tones). When the key- 
board is pressed, the pitch successively changes from the set pitch to standard, thus 
producing a glide effect. The difference in pitch becomes greater as the numeric value 
increases, 

TIME Indicates the glide time and is set within the range of 00 through 99. Glide time 
becomes longer (glide becomes slower) as the numeric value increases. 
The cursor is moved to TIME using the cursor keys in the Entry Section and the numeric 
value is set using the VALUE keys. 



I PART 1 NORMAL MODE 



11 



•GLIDE ON/OFF 



Glide is switched ON and OFF using the GLIDE ON/OFF key in the Overall Control Section. 
*Portamento and glide mutually cancel each other. 



•PITCH BEND 



Pitch is controlled by turning the PITCH BEND WHEEL 
located to the left of the keyboard. 



FITCH tUMO 

Pitch increases 



Pitch decreases 




ii :h-'. 



•BEND RANGE 



The following appears on the LCD when 
the BEND RANGE key in the Effect Sec- 
tion is ON: 




{00 s RANGES 12) 



The VALUE keys in the Data Entry Section are used to set the pitch bend width at half- 
tone intervals within the range of 00 through 12 ( ± 1 octave). Each increment of the nu- 
meric value increases the bend width by ±100 cent (±half tone). 



MODULATION DEPTH 

The following appears on the LCD when 
the MODULATION DEPTH key in the 
Effect Section is ON: 



MODULATION 
DEPTH=25 



(00 s DEPTHS 99) 



The VAUCJE keys in the Data Entry Section are used to set the MODULATION WHEEL depth 
within a range of 00 through 99, 



MODULATION WHEEL 

When the ON/OFF key above the MODULATION WHEEL is ON, 
rotating the wheel away from the front of the unit (see illustra- 
tion) will gradually increase the depth of vibrato. The MODU- 
LATION DEPTH set in the Effect Section will be applied with 
the wheel is rotated to its full (MAX) extent 



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MOGULAWOH 
MM 



•MASTER TONE 



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The following appears on the LCD when 
the MASTER TUNE key is ON: 




MASTER TUNE 
PUSH UfiLUE KEY 



Each press of the 0or0 VALUE key will respectively lower or raise pitch by 1.7 cent. 
•Simultaneously pressing the Q and (*] keys will return pitch to the standard value 
(A4 = 442Hz). 
•The pitch value can be successively changed at high speed by holding down either VALUE 

key. 



KEY TRANSPOSE 

The following appears on the LCD when 
the KEY TRANSPOSE key is ON: 



-» 




12 



EFFECT/OVERALL C( 



Each press of the © or ® VALUE key will respectively lower or raise the key by half 
tone steps. The key is displayed at the cursor position. 

tnitial value. 

G^-A^-A*-B b +-B*-C-*C l -*D-^E l - + E-> F— F 



SOLO 



SOLO key ON 

Volume 





SOLO key OFF 

Volume 




KEY ON KEY ON 
<Z) 

KEY ON© simultaneously deletes note©. 



KCV ON 
CD 



KEY ON 



Note© remains even at KEY ON®. 
(Illustration shows a non-sustained tone.) 



PD (PHASE DISTORTION) SOUND SOURCE 



The CZ-3000 employs a unique, CASIO developed PD (Phase Distortion) sound source 
system. This system is capable of producing a variety of wave forms by distorting the read 
phase angles of sine and cosine waves that are Written in ROM, The pattern ol the read 
phase angle distortion is determined by the specification of the DCO (VCO of analog syn- 
thesizer) WAVE FORM. The magnitude (modulation depth) of the read angle distortion 
corresponds to the momentary value of the DCW (VCF of analog synthesizer) envelope. 



(Fig. 1) 



Phase angle 




Waveform 



Polarity ( + /-) cos? reversed for sake of 

Fig, 1 illustrates output of a no n- 
distorted cosine wave when a co- 
sine wave in ROM is read with a 
linear phase angle. The phase 
angle is read at a cofisLmil speed 
from through 2ir. 
What would happen if we in- 
crease the phase angle read 
speed from through t and 
decrease it from ir through 2t? 



<Fig. 2) 




As shown in Fig. 2, the phase 
angle read is distorted rather 
than linear, and the output co- 
sine wave takes on what is close 
to a saw-tooth pattern. 
What would happen now if we 
further increase the phase angle 
read speed from through tt 
and decrease it from x through 
2t? 



<Fig. 3) 




Fig. 3 shows that the output co- 
sine wave is almost a perfect 
saw-tooth pattern. 



PART 1 NORMAL MODE 



13 



The revolutionary PD sound source system thus makes it possible to output waveforms 
that differ from cosine waves by simply distorting the cosine (or sine) wave read from ROM, 
Figs. "I through 3 illustrate the patterns produced by increasing the phase angle read speed 
from through it while decreasing the speed from it through 2x. This is the pattern effect- 
ed when the SAWTOOTH waveform is selected in the DCO parameter. 
Read phase angles are also distorted in accordance with the selection of the other DCO 
parameter WAVE FORMs, thus making a variety of waveform outputs possible. 
The magnitude of the read phase angle distortion corresponds to the momentary value 
(change over time) of the DCW envelope. When the DCW envelope is set as shown in Fig. 
4, an undistorted cosine wave is output at point (a), distortion reaches its peak at point 
©, and a sawtooth pattern as shown in Fig. 3 is output. Distortion is reduced (modulation 
become shallower) at point®, and a pattern that is somewhere between a cosine wave 
and a saw-tooth wave as illustrated in Fig. 2 is output. 

When WAVE FORM is set to saw-tooth. 



DCW envelope 






tey ON 



Key OFF 




POINTS TO REMEMBER 



1 )The pattern of the read phase angle distortion corresponds to the WAVE FORM 

setting of the DCO parameter. 

2 )The magnitude of the read output phase angle distortion (modulation depth) cor- 

responds to the momentary value of the DCW envelope. 



8-STEP ENVELOPES 



The CZ-3000 features a dual system DCO/DCW/DCA, and each system has its own indepen- 
dent envelope generator for control of changes in notes, timbres and volume over time. 
The envelope generators can set up to eight steps including setting of the sustain point 
(the level at which a note is sustained while a key is depressed). This provides greater ver- 
satility than the conventional ADSR generator and makes sound creation possibilities vir* 
tually unlimited. 



(Fig. 1) 




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1 



*Ri through Rb indicate 
the RATE (slope) of 
each various steps, 
while Li through L* in* 
dicate the LEVEL (des- 
tination level). Lj is 
reached at a slope of 
Rj in STEP l p L 2 is 
reached at a slope of 
R 2 in STEP 2, etc. 



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8-STEP ENVELOPES i 



Fig. 1 shows an example of an envelope employing 8 steps. There are two attacks before 
the sustain point, as well as a third attack after the key is released, resulting in an "after- 
envelope". 



(Fig. 2) 



(Fig. 3) 



Li CZ-3000 



Conventional anal og syn thesizers 




Key ON 



1 Attack • 
time 



Analog synthesizers usually require the setting of envelopes according to 4 parameters: 
Attack time, Decay time, Sustain level and Release time (hence, the name ADSR system). 
With the envelope generator of the CZ-3000, only 3 step settings are required to attain 
the same effect. 



BLOCK CONFIGURATION 



The PD sound source of the CZ-3000 makes it a fully digital synthesizer. Actually, however, 
the DCO (pitch and basic waveform setting), DCW (timbre control), and DCA (volume con- 
trol) digital circuits of the Parameter Section result in a block configuration that closely 
resembles an analog synthesizer. The block configuration of the CZ-3000 consists of LIME 
1 and LIME 2 which make up a dual system. DETUNE allows you to create differences 
between the sounds generated by LINE 1 and 2 to produce subtle nuances. With LIME 
SELECT, a single line can be output or combined with the detuned line for a total of 4 
line output settings. 

CZ-3000 block configuration 



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DCW I 
(Timbre) 



* 



ENV 



DCA I 
(Volume) 

_JNV 1 [^ ir- 

, ^ D£TUNt -J SELECT 



LIN! 2 



DCW 2 ^ DCA 2 I 
(Timbre) ^^ (Volume) 



DCW 2 
(Timbre)' 



•VIBRATO is the parameter that oscillates the low frequencies of the DCO and applies a vibrato 
effect Another parameter applied to DCO is OCTAVE. 

DCO (DIGITAL CONTROLLED OSCILLATOR) 

DCO corresponds to the VCO of an analog synthesizer, and is comprised of WAVE FORM 
for selection of the basic waveform and ENV (pitch envelope) for control of the pitch over 
time for a pressed key. The dual system line provides an independent DCO 1 and DCO 
2 which can be used as desired. 



PART 1 NORMAL MODE 



15 



• WAVE FORM 



Determines the basic waveform of a timbre. Independent settings can be made using the 
DCO 1 and DCO 2 keys. 

As can be seen in fig. a, there are eight types of basic waveforms: from SAWTOOTH 
to RESONANCE 111. Any one of these eight waveforms can be combined as shown in fig, 
b to produce a total of 33 waveforms suitable for virtually any application. 



(fig- a) 



l\ «n_ '-A_ '-A/\ <f,9b) KTL 



SAW-TOOTH 



iUJAl* 



-ii. sr 



|-;uiHI .Ni 



:.. 



/1_ f - -llhu. ' JUL 



!!. 



SW-^UlSE RESCViMVCG I RESONANCE tt RE&QftANCC I 
(SAW-TOOTH) {TRIANGLE) (TRAPEZOID!- 



AJk*. 



•The three RESONANCE waveforms cannot be used in combination with each other. 
When the WAVEFORM key is ON, the LCD appears as shown in Fig. 1 . 
(F*g- 1) indicator lights. 



vL 




WFIUE FORM 
FIRSTS SECQHD=B| 



-Cursor 



Fig, 1 indicates that only the saw-tooth pattern is selected. (Only the FIRST waveform is 
applied when SECOND = is displayed) At this time, the VALUE keys can be used to 
set FIRST (the current position of the cursor) to a value from 1 through 8 to select the 
required waveform. Then the CURSOR keys can be used to move the cursor under the value 
of SECOND and the another waveform can be set using the VALUE keys (see Fig. 2). 
This procedure is used to select one of the 33 combinations of basic waveforms. 

(Fig. 2) 

:,Y; Either of the CURSOR keys is used to 
move the cursor. 



WflUE FORM 
FIRST* 1 SECOND=0 




(|)The VALUE keys are used to change the 
numeric value. 



*Giving the same value to FIRST and SECOND is the same as when SECOND = 0, 
* FIRST = 1, SECOND = 2 produces the same effect as FIRST = 2, SECOND = 1. 




•DCO ENVELOPE (PITCH ENVELOPE) 

DCO controls changes in pitch over time. Independent envelopes can be set using the DCO 
1 and DCO 2 ENV keys. 

The PITCH envelope sets the change in pitch over time up to 8 levels for pressed keys 
in accordance with the RATE and LEVEL. 
Now let's set up an actual 4-step envelope as shown in Fig. 3. 
(Fig. 3) 
Pitch 

99 



au 



.This pitch maintained 
/ while key is pressed. 



Ri 



Li SUSTAIN 

RUN I 






ON 



Time 



KEY 
OFF 



POINT 





sil R1 


STEP 2 


STEP 3 


SHT'4 


FWCTE 


0:J 


72 


60 


20 


LEVEL 


99 


66 


r-M 


on 


sua END 


#** 


SUS 


.** 


END 



16 



— — «=— - 



BLOCK CONFIGURATION 



CO When the ENV key of the DCO 1 or DCO 2 is pressed, the following appears on the LCD. 




StiS will be displayed if the displayed STEP is a sustain point. 
END will be displayed if it is an end point. 

Pitch envelope STEP 1 selected. 



PITCH STEP! +++ 
RfiTE=".«< LEUEL=".« 



/ 00gmimj^99 '' 



VOOsnim £99 



1 



Rale of step 1 



Destination level of step 1, 



<D Use the ® VALUE key to raise the RATE 
value to 99. 

CD Use either one of the CURSOR keys to 
move the cursor under the LEVEL value. 
Use the H VALUE key to raise the 
LEVEL value to 99, This completes the 
setting of STEP 1. 

©Use the ENV STEP S key to advance 
to STEP 2. After ensuring the STEP 2 
is displayed, follow the same procedures 
outlined for STEP 1 to set the RATE to 
72 and the LEVEL to 66. 

® Press the ENV POINT SUSTAIN key to 
designate STEP 2 as a SUSTAIN POINT. 

(D Use the ENV STEP ® key to advance 
to STEP 3 and set the RATE to 60 and 
the LEVEL to 24. 

(J) Use the ENV STEP B key to advance 
to STEP 4 and set the RATE to 20. Then 
press the ENV POINT END key to set 
the END POINT, and the LEVEL will au- 
tomatically be set to 00. 

*lt is not necessary to press the END key 



PITCH STEPi *** 

RFlTE-99 LEUELj— 



PITCH STEPI *** 
RflTE=99 LEUEL=99 



PITCH STEP2 *** 
RflTE=72 LEUEL=66 



SUSTAIN POINT 



*Mi Ml 'll 



PITCH STEP2 
RflTE=72 LEUEL=66 



PITCH STEP3 *** 
RflTE=60 LEUEL=23 



END POINT 



PITCH STEP4 END 
RflTE=20 LEUEL=@@ 



LEVEL of the last step is 00. 
if the END POINT is already set. 



RATE/LEVEL NUMERIC VALUES 



RATE 

The RATE indicates the slope (interior angle in relation 
to horizontal) of each step in the envelope. R - 99 indi- 
cates nearly 90° while R = indicates nearly 0°. Since 
the value used is an absolute value, the slope increases 
and decreases in direct proportion with the value of R, 
regardless of whether the pattern shows a rise or fall. 
This means that a steep incline results In a quick level 
change while a gentle incline results in a slow level 
change. 

LEVEL 

The LEVEL indicates up to what point each step rises 
or falls (destination level), and the range is from 00 
through 99, For the DCO envelope, LEVEL means the 

pilch height, cind a value of 00 is (hi: pilch of •: pressed 
key. For the DCW envelope, L = 99 results in a basic 
waveform {see page 20 for details). For the DCA enve- 
lope, LEVEL means the volume. 



LEVEL 



Pr* = 99 AjWee 




P: = 6& 



7IML 



fl fi ^99 




PART 1 NORMAL MODE 



17' 



MOTES 



•Even if the ENV STEP© key is pressed, it will be impossible to advance from the 
present step if END POINT is specified. In this case, press the ENV POINT END 
key again to cancel the END point and then press the ENV STEPS key. If an END 
point is cancelled within STEP 1 through 7, an END POINT is automatically desig- 
nated in STEP 8 and previously set data is automatically restored. 

•The LEVEL for a STEP that includes an END POINT is fixed as 00 and cannot be 
changed. 

•When a SUSTAIN POINT is designated in a STEP. SUSTAIN POlNTs set in other 
STEPs are cancelled. 



iDCW (DIGITAL CONTROLLED WAVE) 

DCW corresponds to the VCF of an analog synthesizer, and is comprised of KEY FOL- 
LOW for control of the waveform corresponding to the keyboard range, and ENV (wave 
envelope). The dual system line provides an independent DCO 1 and DCO 2 which can 
be used as desired. 

KEY FOLLOW/DCW 

This parameter applies a difference change in the DCW envelope level in accordance with 
the pitch of the key played, The DCW 1 and DCW 2 KEY FOLLOW keys are used to in- 
dependently set each key follow. 

Key follow can be set to levels ranging from through 9. The higher the note played, 
the closer, the waveform comes to being a sine (cosine) wave. (See Fig. 4.) 

(Fig. 4) 







Sine wave 






The LCD appears as in Fig. 5 when the DCW KEY FOLLOW key is pressed. 

(Fig. 5) 

-MC— 






KEY FOLLOW 
UE RANGE*!! 



(0s^9) 



The VALUE keys in the Data Entry Section are used to set the RANGE value within a 
range of through 9. The greater the RANGE value the greater the waveform level vari- 
ance (timbre change rate) in the upper registers. A setting of 9 represents the maximum 
variance. 



BLOCK CONFIGURATION 



18 



DCW (WAVE) ENVELOPE 

This parameter controls the timbre (waveform) change over time, and the DCW 1 and 
DCW 2 EMV keys are used to independently set the timbre envelopes. The timbre enve- 
lope is used to set the timbre (waveform) change over time for a pressed key in accor- 
dance with the RATE (slope) and LEVEL (destination level). Settings can be made to a 
maximum of 8 steps, 

(Fig, 6) WAVE FORM 1 (Saw-tooth) 



LEVEL 



Basic 
waveform 






,_L; 

A"' 
I \ 



ii, 



* 



This timbre (wave- 
/ form) sustained while 
key Is depressed. 



■Sim: 



L* = SUSTAIN 
PO*IT 



,P« 



CO 



•:.£V 
ON 



KEY P^ 



Timhj 





STEP1 


STEP 2 


STEP 3 


MAin 


75 


60 


60 


LEVEL 


99 


SO 


cc 


SUS, END 


*** 


sus 


END 



OFF END 
POINT 



The change of timbre over time is in accordance with the DCW envelope LEVEL. A sine 
wave is attained when L = 00 and the basic waveform is attained when L = 99. 

The LCD appears as in Fig, 7 when the DCW 1 or DCW 2 ENV key is ON. 



(Fig. 7) 



Wave envelope STEP 1 is selected. 



SGS will be displayed here if the dis- 
played STEP is a sustain point. END 
will be displayed if it is an end point 



WfiUE STEP! *** 
R H T E = m ' m -- L E U E L = « •■■ n* 



Rate of STEP 1, 



Destination level of STEP 1. 



'Operational procedures are identical to those previously explained for the DCO enve- 
lope (page 1 7). Data is set using the VALUE, CURSOR, ENV STEP and EMV POINT SGS 
TAIN/END keys. 



■ DCA (DIGITAL CONTROLLED AMPLIFIER) 

DCA corresponds to the VCA of an analog synthesizer and independent volume enve- 
lopes can be set using the DCA 1 and DCA 2 EMV keys, 

KEY FOLLOW/DCA 

This is the parameter that applies a variance to the DCA envelope 3n accordance with 
the pitch of the key played. The DCW 1 and DCW 2 KEY FOLLOW keys are used to In- 
dependently set each key follow. 
The higher the note played, the shorter the time of the volume envelope, 

(Fig. 8) 



|..'V-|.: 




I, Volume envelope (DCA) 



Time becomes shorter. 



PART 1 NORMAL MODE 



19 







The LCD appears as in Fig, 9 when the DCA KEY FOLLOW key is pressed 
{Fig. 9) ^<- 

KEY FOLLOW { o S n<j9> 

AMP RflNGE=« 



The VALUE keys are used to set the RANGE value within a range of through 9- The 
greater the RANGE value the greater the time variance in the upper registers, A setting 

of 9 represents the largest variance. 

DCA (AMP) ENVELOPE 

This is the parameter that controls volume change over time, and the DCW 1 and DCW 
2 ENV keys are used to independently set the volume of the envelopes. The volume change 
over time of a pressed key is set in accordance with the RATE (slope) and LEVEL (desti- 
nation level)- Settings can be made to a maximum of 8 steps. 









(Fig, 


10) 


Piano amp envelope 


Vo 


lume 






99 


Pi 


L 




• 

L>^^ 


01 


1 




N^ Ll 




KE 



V 

1 




KEY * 
r F fin ST 4 






STEP1 




STEP 3 


STEP 4 1 STEPS 


RATE 


99 


35 


20 


25 


55 


LEVEL 


99 


so 


70 


00 


00 


SUS, END 


44* 


• •« 


♦ ♦* 


SUS 


END 



* - Time 



•i;m 



END 

I "UN" 



This is an example of a piano envelope where the sound produced by a pressed key gradu- 
ally decreases. If the key is released before the sound is completely attenuated, the sound 
quickly decreases. If the key is released before the SUSTAIN POINT is reached, the enve- 
lope jumps to the last step in which the END POINT is specified. 

The LCD appears as in Fig. 11 when the DCA 1 or DCA 2 ENV key is ON. 

(Fig. 11) SUS wilt be displayed here if the dis- 

played STEP is a sustain point. 
Amp envelope STEP 1 EMD will be displayed if it is an end 




is selected. 



point. 



AMP STEP! *** 
Rfl TE=^ ,Wj L E UEL- W f **• 



OOsmirmsSS 
00 £n t n 2 5 9 



Rate of STEP 1. 



Destination level of STEP 1. 



Operational procedures are identical to those previously explained for the DCO envelope 
(page 17). Data is set using the VALUE, CURSOR, ENV STEP and ENV POINT SUS- 
TAIN/END keys. 



This completes the explanation of the DCXX DCW and DCA blocks. The most important 
point to remember is that these three blocks intermct with each other to form a single timbre. 
Actual tone creation examples are given in the SOUND DATA BOOK. 



BLOCK CONFIGURATION 



2Q 



i VIBRATO 



VIBRATO corresponds to the LFO of an analog synthesizer, and it oscillates the low fre- 
quencies of the DCO to apply a vibrato effect. This key is used to set 4 parameters: WAVE, 
DELAY, RATE and DEPTH. 

The LCD appears as in Fig. 12 when the VIBRATO key is pressed. 
(Fig. 12) _^ 







IRUE=2 DELflV=15. 

RflTE=5a DEPTHS 



(D WAVE is the parameter that selects the vibrato waveform, and is set to a value in the 
range of I through 4 using the VALUE keys. The 4 waveforms are as follows: 



Wave J 



Wave 2 .. 



a/ 

/i 



TRIANGLE 



SAW UP 



Wave 3 



Wave 4 



ru 



SAW DOWN 
SQUARE 



OCTAVE 



(2) DELAY is the parameter that sets the time from when a key is pressed until the point 
at which vibrato is applied. DELAY is set to a value in the range of through 99 using 
the VALUE keys after the cursor is moved to the proper position with the CURSOR keys. 
The larger the value, the later vibrato is applied. 

(3) RATE is the parameter that sets the period (speed) of the vibrato. RATE is set to a value 
in the range of through 99 using the VALUE keys after the cursor is moved to the 
proper position with the CURSOR keys. The larger the value, the faster the vibrato. 

® DEPTH is the parameter that sets the depth of the vibrato. DEPTH is set to a value in 
the range of through 99 using the VALUE keys after the cursor is moved to the proper 
position with the CURSOR keys. The larger the value, the deeper the vibrato. 



This parameter is used to raise and lower pitch by one octave, and each timbre can be 
set to a suitable pitch. 

The LCD appears as in Fig, 13 when the OCTAVE keys is ON. 
<Flg. 13) 

ICTHUE 





The VALUE keys in the Data Entry Section are used to set the OCTAVE RANGE to a 
value of -l- 1 (one octave up), or - 1 (one octave down). 

•The initial data settings for each preset and internal memory timbre also include an 
OCTAVE RANGE setting. 



DETUNE 



The pitch between different tones in DCO 1 and DCO 2 can be detuned, the DCO 2 timbre 
pitch only can be detuned, or a DCO 1 with detuned pitch can be used in combination 
with a pitch that has not been detuned for the creation of a chorus effect. The result of 
a detuned Line H) DCO is referred to as 33, while that of a detuned Line 21 DCO is 12 . 



PART 1 NORMAL MQDK 



21 



The LCD appears as in Fig. 14 when the DETCME key is ON. (The cursor is located below 

the GO villus.) 



(Fig. 14) 



Determines whether pitch is detuned 
upward ( + ) or downward (- ). 




Pitch is detuned in 
1 octave units (1 - 3), 



DETUNE <+) 0CT=2 
H0TE=@3 FINE=4.8 



Pitch is detuned in 1/60 halftones. 
Pitch is detuned in halftone units (100 cents). 



The following operations can be performed to allow monitoring of the degree of 
detuning. , 2 1+z ^ 

•Line CD detune ■■ ■■ m ~Fp~ 

Use the LIME SELECT key to select Q] + ffl . (Lights Indicate the current selector 

setting.) , 2 1+2 ^ 1+r 

•Line CH detune ™ ™ ~^~ ■ 

Use the LIME SELECT key to select (D + E , 
•Individual monitoring of line 2] or GS is impossible. 



1) Determining the detune direction (up/down) 

Use the CURSOR keys to move the cursor under the( + /-) indicator and the VALUE 
keys to change between plus and minus. Set to 4- to raise pitch and to - to lower pitch. 

2) Detuning in 1 octave units 

Move the cursor under the OCT value and use the VALUE keys to change the value 
within a range of through 3. The pitch can be raised or lowered up to 3 octaves in 
one octave units. 

3) Detuning in half tone (100 cents) units 

Move the cursor under the MOTE value and use the VALUE keys to change the value 
within a range of through 11. The pitch can be raised or lowered up to 11 (100 cents). 

4) Fine detune 

Move the cursor under the FINE value and use the VALUE keys to change the value 
within a range of through 60. The pitch can be raised or lowered up to 1/60 half tones 
(approximately 1.7 cents). 

*Using data 1 through 4 in combination makes it possible to detune within a range of 

±4 octaves. If OCT, NOTE and FINE are all set to 0. LINE CD = LINE QQ and LINE El 
= LINE®. 



■ LIME SELECT 



This function makes it possible to select the best line combination for the type of sound 

being produced. The data settings for each preset and internal memory timbre also in- 

elude LINE settings. 

The line setting changes in the following order each time r 

the LINE SELECT key is pressed: 



ii X 3i*b ir*o: 



T-^ 




2Z 



BLOCK CONFIGURATION 



•Line select It 

16-note polyphonic for creation of simple sounds. 

* Line select 51 

16-note polyphonic for monitoring LIME L2] during [J + O tone creation. 

•Line select CD + 23 

8-note polyphonic for creating sounds with complex harmonics structures. Same as Q] 
+ SI when all detune values (OCT, MOTE, FINE) are set to 0. 

* Line select 3) + IB 

8-note polyphonic for ensemble and chorus effects. Same as Q] + Q] when all detune 
values (OCT NOTE, FINE) are set to 0. 

* When more than 8 keys are pressed in 8-note polyphonic, the most recently pressed keys 
are usually given priority, 

RING MODULATION 

Pressing the RING key causes an indicator to light above the key and LIME [B and LINE 
[3 output is ring modulated by LINE d , Pressing the RING key again will turn the func- 
tion OFF. Ring modulation is only possible when LIME SELECT is set to [j] + \2\ or m 

+ HI - _vl^ 

Ring modulation is used when creating bell-type sounds. 




NOISE MODULATION 

Pressing the NOISE key causes an indicator to light above the key and LIME CD or LINE 
GS output is modulated by noise. Pressing the NOISE key again will turn the function 
OFF- Noise modulation is only possible when LINE SELECT is set to 3] + BE or 3] + [D , 
Noise modulation is used when creating wind or percussion sounds. 

•The RING and NOISE keys mutually cancel each other 



Extreme settings in the Parameter Section can result in no sound production at all when the 
range of possible sounds is exceeded. 



INITIALIZE 



This function returns parameters to their initial settings. Press the key that corresponds 
to the parameter to be initialized while holding the INITIALIZE key down. The LCD will 
then show the initialized status of the parameter. 

{Example 1) Initializing the VIBRATO values. 
CDPress and hold down the INITIALIZE key. (^Simultaneously press the VIBRATO key, 




■lM*rn 



<LCD> 




WFIUE=1 DELflV=00 

RflTE=00 DEPTH=00 



PART 1 NORMAL MODE 



23 






(Example 2) Initializing the values of the DCA 1 . 
(1) Press and hold down the IMCTIALIZE key. 



<D Simultaneously press the DCA 1 ENV key. 




Jj^. 



<LCD> 





Original sounds can be created following one of two methods: 

1) Selecting one of the 64 timbres in the Programmer Section that is close to the 
desired sound and modifying it as required, 

2) Initializing all parameters and starting from scratch. 



The following table shows each parameters initialized values: 





Parameter 


Initialized values 


VIBRATO 


WAVE - 1, DELAY - 


00, RATE = 00, DEPTH = 00 


OCTAVE 


RANGE - 






WAVE FORM 
(DCO 1 , DCO 2) 


FIRST = 1 
SECOND = 


PITCH ENVELOPE 
(DCO 1 , DCO 2) 














STEP 1 


sn !• ?- i 


STEP 8 






RATE 


.=J0 


50 


50 


LEVEL 


00 


00 


00 


ENV POINT 


sus 


* * * 


END 










DCW KEY FOLLOW 


RANGE - 


WAVE ENVELOPE 
(DCW 1, DCW 2) 














STEP 1 


STEP 2-7 


STFP R 






RATE 


99 


50 


: ..-J 


LEVEL 99 


::.n 


00 


EM V POINT | :-■■:. IS 


■ m m 


END 










DCA KEY FOLLOW 


RANGE - 




AMP ENVELOPE 
(DCA 1.DCA2) 














STEP 1 


STEP 2^7 


STEP B 






RATE 


99 


50 


50 


LEVEL 


:.:„;, 


00 


lill 


ENV POINT 


sas 


• • - END 










DETUNE 


OCTAVE - 0, NOTE - 


00, FINE - 00 



*Data is initialized to values that are the most convenient for the creation of new tones 
(00, 99 or middle). 



BLOCK CONFIGURATION 



Z4 



TIMBRE DATA WRITE/SAVE/LOAD 






WRITE is used to store newly created timbre data in the memory bank, SAVE is used 
to collectively store all timbre data to a RAM cartridge and LOAD is used to reload data 
to the memory bank from cartridge. 






MEMORY PROTECT FUNCTION 



The function protects against inadvertently erasing valuable timbre data 
from memory. LOAD from external memory sources and WRITE opera- 
tions cannot be performed when the PROTECT switch on the back panel 
of the CZ-3000 is ON. 

"The PROTECT switch should only be set to the OFF position during 
WRITE and LOAD operations. Keep the switch in the ON position for 
normal use and SAVE operations. 



PROTECT 

orr ow 



r 



1LPJ 
T 

Usually left ON. 



iWRITE 



It is said we WRITE altered or newly created timbres when we store them to memory. Data 
altered in the Parameter Section are temporarily stored after alteration in the COM- 
PARE/RECALL area. Notice this is temporary. Data stored in the COMPARE/RECALL area 
will he erased the instant other data are altered. 

Therefore, it is necessary to WRITE important timbre data from the COMPARE/RECALL 
area to one of the 32 memory areas of the memory bank. 

Before beginning WRITE operations, confirm that 
the COMPARE/RECALL key is ON. 



®Set the PROTECT switch on the back panel of the unit to the OFF position, 




*The following will appear on the LCD when the 
WRITE key is pressed while the PROTECT switch is 
left ON. 



PROTECT SMITCI 

:+: ON : + : 



■-« 



2 While holding down the WRITE key, press, in order, the MEMORY BANK key (A-D) 
and then the Voice Selector (1-8) that corresponds to the area to which the data is 

to be written, 

(Example) WRITE to memory bank D-5 

•When the WRITE key is pressed, all indicators in the 
Programmer Section go out and the following is dis- 
played in the LCD: 




HOLDING DOWN THE WRITE KEY 





4 




* "H^U 


- — 


C "f^Tr _ I <fr ' 


S 4 


'« ' 1*1*1/ 




Tress first MEMORY bank key D and then Voice 
Selector key 5, Indicators will light above the respec- 
tive keys and the following will appear on the LCD: 



WRITE 



*This display indicates that WRITE operations are complete, so the WRITE key can 
be released MEMORY D-5 will appear on the LCD. 



PART 1 NORMAL MODE 



25 



(3) Return the PROTECT switch to the ON position. 



SAVE/LOAD 



'When a timbre is unaltered after calling it in the Programmer Section, or if WRITE 
is performed with the COMPARE/RECALL key OFF, the data for the timbre is writ, 
ten as it is to the specified memory area. This makes it possible to copy timbres 
from one memory number to another, 

•Always confirm proper WRITE operations by pressing a few keyboard keys in the 
memory area to which data has been written. 



Securely insert a RAM cartridge (RA-3, optional) into the cartridge slot located on the back 
panel. 



(Fig, 1) 



Cartridge slot 



CZ-3000 panel 




SAVE 

1 Correctly load a cartridge (see Fig. 1). 
(2) Press the CARTRIDGE key. 



DATA SAVE/LOAD 



-#- 



<LCD> 




CARTRIDGE 
SRUE OR LORD 






Press the SAVE (Q) key in the Data Entry Section. 

<LCD> 




LJ 



fig ilWi 



V 



SFlUE CARTRIDGE 
BANK fl,B (V/H>? 



' Separate SAVE/LOAD operations are performed for A/B (16 timbres) and C/D (16 
timbres). Here, the display shows that A/B are ready for SAVE. 
To save C/D, first press the NO (Q) key. 

<LCD> 




s 


4 


1* 




w 


TU 


1 




UltlF 



SflUE CARTRIDGE 
BANK CD <Y---N>? 






Memory banks C/D selected 



TIMBRE DATA WRITE/SAVE/LOAD 



Z6 



(4) Actual SAVE operations will begin when the YES ((►}) key in the Data Entry Secth 

is pressed 

After banks A/B are saved <LCD> 

n 



_±j 





After banks C/D are saved 



SAME 

BANK 


CAR' 
CD 


l"RIDi 


::iE 

3K ! 



* SAVE operations are complete when l OK" is displayed, 

LOAD 

(D Correctly load a cartridge (see Fig. l) r 

■ 2) Set the PROTECT switch located on the rear panel of the unit to the OFF position. 

"LOAD cannot be performed and the following will appear on the LCD if the PROTECT 
switch is left ON. 



PROTECT SWITCH 
# ON * 



(3) Press the CARTRIDGE key. 

©Press the LOAD O) key in the Data Entry Section. 

To load C/D, first press the NO O) key. 



i -"..,„ "M 




(D Actual LOAD operations will begin when the YES (fFj) key in the Data Entry Section 
is pressed. 



Banks A/B LOAD 



Banks C/D LOAD 



LORD CARTRIDGE 
BANK FbB OK! 



LOAD CARTRIDGE 
BANK CD OK 



*LOAD operations are complete when "OK" is displayed 

•Data passed between the keyboard and RAM cartridge is handled in sets of A/B and C/D, 
A/B data saved on a cartridge can only be loaded back into memory as A/B, 



NOTE 



•The following error messages will appear on the LCD if SAVE/LOAD operations are 
attempted when a RAM cartridge is not loaded or if it is improperly loaded. 





If such messages should appear, reinsert the cartridge as far as it will go and 
reattempt SAVE/LOAD procedures. 

•The optional RA-3 RAM cartridges are equipped with a built-in battery (BR-2016) 
that will preserve contents for approximately 1 year (longer if the RAM cartridge 
is inserted in the CZ-3000). If the cartridge is stored outside of the keyboard unit 
for extended periods, the battery should be periodically replaced to avoid altera- 
tion or erasure of data. (See RA-3 OPERATION MANUAL) 

*RAM contents are erased when the battery is replaced- Load the data from the car- 
tridge to the keyboard before changing the battery. 



PART 1 NORMAL MODE 



27 









* PART 2 * TONE MIX MODE 



wmmi^^m 



TONE M 



With the CZ-3000, two different timbres can be mixed for output, The volumes of the 
individual timbres that make up a tone mix can be independently controlled. At this time, 
the keyboard becomes 4-note polyphonic. 



, 



Oj Press the TOME MIX key. 




TONE MIX 

L_L_t v J. *""" X w LL v iu"™ 1 ,1, *m 



Volume level of TONE 1 



Volume level of TOME 2 



(2)Tones can be selected and the volume can be set for the position (LEV 1/LEV 2) at which 
the cursor is located. In the situation shown above, the cursor is below the level for TOME 
1, and so the timbre and volume level can be changed. 

•Select 1 timbre using the PRESET and MEMORY BANK keys in the Programmer 

Section. 
*Cse the VALUE keys to set the volume level within a range of 1 through 15. A setting 

of 15 represents maximum volume. 



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3) Use the (V] CURSOR key in the Data Entry Section to move the cursor under the LEV 
2 value. Set the timbre and volume level in the same manner as that outlined for LEV L 



EFFECT/OVERALL CONTROL 



The Effect and Overall Control Sections operate just as in the NORMAL MODE for tone 
mixed timbres, Setting procedures are identical, and each function is commonly applied 
to both of the mixed timbres, 

•PORTAMENTO TIME and ON/OFF 
•GLIDE/NOTE and ON/OFF 
•PITCH BEND and MODULATION DEPTH 
•MASTER TUNE and KEY TRANSPOSE 

* With the exception of MODULATION, effect ON/OFF can be independently set in 3 modes: 
NORMAL, TONE MIX and KEY SPLIT Each effect data (numeric) and modulation ON/OFF 
are common for 3 modes. 

*Monophonic play of the tone mixed data is possible when the SOLO key is ON. 



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Tone mix settings are stored in memory, so they are not cancelled by changing to 
another mode and then back to the TONE MIX mode. 

* However, though TONE 1 and TONE 2 and the volume level are retained, all effects 
are turned OFF when the power of the unit is switched OFF 



PART 2 TONE MIX MODE 



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* PART 3 * K 



With the CZ-3000, two timbres can be assigned to the upper and lower ranges of the key- 
board. The split point of the keyboard and the individual volumes of the two timbres can 
be freely set, and effects can be set to ON and OFF. 



KEY SPLIT SETTING 



(0 Press the KEY SPLIT key in the Mode Select Section. 



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<LCD> 



HIMIVAI 



ItowmiiIketjui- 




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LEU=15 



l....bU ::::: J. 



SPLIT POINT = 30 ■ I 

LOWER timbre level UPPER timbre level 
(1-15) (1-15) 



2) Use the CURSOR keys to move the cursor to the SPLIT POINT value. Use the VALCJE 
keys to set the value within a range of 1 through 60. This determines the split point. 




SPLIT POINT = 30 



(33 Use the E CURSOR key to move the cursor to the LOWER LEVEL value. Here, the LOW- 
ER timbre and volume level are set. 
'Select one of the timbres from the PRESET or MEMORY banks in the Programmer 

Section. The timbre selected will be playable to the left of the split point. 
•The VALUE keys in the Data Entry Section are used to set the volume level within 

a range of 1 through 15. A setting of 15 represents maximum volume. 

(DOse the E CCRSOR key to move the cursor to the UPPER LEVEL value. Select the 
timbre and set the volume in the same way as for the LOWER LEVEL. 

How the keyboard is split for simultaneous, separate play of two timbres. 









3 KEY SPLIT MODE 



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EFFECT/OVERALL CONTROL 



The Effect and Overall Control Sections operated just as in the NORMAL MODE for key 

split timbres. Setting procedures are identical, but each function is independently set for 
the UPPER and LOWER timbres. 

• PORTAMENTO TIME and ON/OFF 
•GLIDE/NOTE and ON/OFF 

•PITCH BEND and MODULATION DEPTH 
•MASTER TUNE and KEY TRANSPOSE 

* PORTAMENTO and GLIDE effects are applied to the timbre at which the cursor is locat- 
ed when the respective control key is pressed. 

•SOLO key ON/OFF setting can also be applied independently to the timbres the same 
as for PORTAMENTO and GLIDE, 



Key split settings are stored in memory so they are not cancelled by changing to 
another mode and then back to the KEY SPLJT mode. 

* Though UPPER and LOWER and the volume level are retained, all effects are turned 
OFF when the power of the unit is switched OFF. 



EFFECT/OVERALL CONTROL 



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* PART 4 * MIDI 



MIDI (MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DIGITAL INTERFACE) is a standard interface that allows 
the connection of two electronic musical instruments. The CZ-3000 is capable of trans- 
mit? in -tj the fallowing data: 



SEND/RECEIVE DATA 



Message 


NORMAL 


TONE MIX 


KEY SPLIT 


SEQUENCER 


Send 


R*C*1v* 


Send 


Receive 


Send 


Receive 


Send j Receive 


Key pitch, ON/OFF data 


< : 






■: ' 






o 




MODULATION WHEEL data 


o 





o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




PORTAMENTO TIME 









o 




C ) 




o 


MASTER TUNE 




o 




o 




o 




o 


PORTAMENTO ON/OFF 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




SUSTAIN PEDAL ON/OFF 





o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




Timbre number data 





o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




PITCH BEND data 




o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




LOCAL CONTROL OFF 


r~ -i 


o 




o 




o 






END OF SYSTEM 
EXCLUSIVE 




o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE TABLE 


Message 


NORMAL 


TONE MIX 


KEY SPLIT 


SEQUENCER 


Send 


Receive 


Send 


Receive 


5cnd 


Reed '/I- 


Send 


Receive 


(I) SEND REQUEST 1 




o 














(2) RECEIVE REQUEST 1 




o 














(3) BEND RANGE 




o 


o 


o 


o 








(4) KEY TRANSPOSE 




o 


o 


o 


o 








(5) GLIDE NOTE 




o 


o 


o 


o 








(6) GLIDE TIME 




o 


o 


o 


o 








(7) MODULATION DEPTH 




o 


o 


o 


o 








(8) LEVEL 




o 


o 


o 


o 








(9) GLIDE ON/OFF 


o 


o 


: :: 


o 


o 





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PART 4 MIDI 



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MIDI IN EACH MODE 



NORMAL MODE 

The following appears on the LCD when the MIDI key is pressed in the NORMAL MODE; 



(X: 



P. MODE 

CH=B1 



KBCH=01 
PRS=ENfl 



(2) 
(4.) 



T\ 



CO P. MODE 

Polyphonic mode, indicates polyphonic data interchange capabilities, 

2 KBCH = 01 (Send channel) 

Indicates that Channel 1 is the send channel. The CURSOR keys are used to move the 
cursor to KBCH and the channel is set within a range of 01 through 16 using the VALUE 
keys in the Data Entry Section. 

J CH = 01 (Receive channel) 

Indicates that Channel 1 is the receive channel. The Cursor keys are used to move the 

cursor to CH and the channel is set within a range of 01 through 16 using the VALUE 

keys in the Data Entry Section. 

® PRG = ENA (Timbre data interchange enable) 

Indicates that it is possible to exchange timbre data. 



SEND CHANNEL AND RECEIVE CHANNEL 



When the keyboard is connected to another MIDI keyboard or a rhythm box, one 
end becomes signal send and the Othei Signal receive. Correct interchange o\ data 
is impossible unless the two channels match. This is similar to having to tune in 
a radio or television to match the transmission frequency from the broadcasting sta- 
tion. Generally, if the send channel is 1, the receive channel must also be 1, 



H.I 
CH- 



ODE 

01(1 



FRG=DIS 



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5 M.MODE 

Pressing one of the VALUE keys in the Data Entry Section when the cursor is under the 
mode causes the LCD to change as shown here. This display indicates the monophonic 

mode which means that monophonic data interchange is possible. 

(DCH = 01 (1) (Basic channel and voice channel setting) 

Indicates the receive channel in the mono mode setting. The first value shows the basic 
channel while the value in parentheses indicates the number of voice channels. 

•7) PRG = DIS (Timbre data interchange disable) 

Indicates that it is impossible to exchange timbre data. This setting changes from DIS to 

ENA and back again with each press of a VALUE key when the cursor is in this position. 



MIDI IN EACH MODE 



32 



POLY MODE AND MONO MODE 



In the poly mode, the CZ-3000 is capable of exchanging polyphonic data . As previ- 
ously mentioned, the send and receive channels must match at this time. 
In the mono mode, the CZ-3000 can act as a monophonic synthesizer, able to receive 
and play independent timbres in each channel. 

Using the CURSOR and VALUE keys to change the settings in Fig- 6 to CH - 01 
(8) results En 8 voice channels starting with basic channel L 
Similarly, in the case of CH = 03 (3), channels 3, 4 and 5 are each equivalent to 
monophonic synthesizers. At this time, the remaining sound sources (8-3 = 5) can 
be used for keyboard play. 

The timbre from 2 DCO (selecting 1 + 2' or 1 + V with the LIME SELECT key) results 
in 5-note polyphonic, while 1 DCO (selecting 1 or 2) results in 10-note polyphonic. 
Since all sound sources are used as MIDI channels when the voice channel setting 
is 8, the keyboard becomes inoperable. 

The lamps that are lit on the console of the CZ-3000 do not indicate data received 
through the MIDI. They show the status of CZ-3000 timbres and effects. 



MIDI data 



3 monophonic synthesizers 

Remaining sound sources 
(5 or 10 polyphonic) 



USE AS A MCJLTI-TIMBRAL EXPANDER U 




When using the CZ-3000 as a multi-timbral expander, it is possible to choose the 
preset/memory voice for each MIDI channel. To get into the multi-timbral mode, 
press the MIDI button and change the mode from "P" to "M M with the value key. 
Then, move the cursor to the "CH = 0V indicator and choose the bottom number 
of consecutive channels you want to receive on. Move the cursor underneath the 
"(1)" to set the desired number of channels. As an example, if the "CH = " is set 
to "CH = 04' r , and the other setting is ^(6)"\ the machine will respond to incoming 
data on channels 4, 5, 6 f 7, 8 and 9, and there will still 2 voices left over (6 + 2 
= 8 total). 

Mow set voices for each MIDI channel by the following method: connect a MIDI 
cable From the "MIDI OUT" directly into the "MIDI IN", Set the "KBCH = " to chan- 
nel 4 and choose a preset/memory number. Switch to ''KBCH = 5" and choose a 
voice, and just keep switching the "KBCH' 1 number until a voice is selected for each 
channel desired. 




M.MODE KBCH=01 
CH=04<6) PRG=ENfl 











IT 4 MIDI 



33 



PRG ENA AND PRG- DIS 



It is sometimes desireable to keep the timbre of one of the two connected musical 
instruments fixed. The example here will use two CZ-3000s. 



OUT 



®PRG = ENA 



' 


IN 


(g: PRG 


= DIS 




. 



In this example, the timbres of unit ® are fixed and are unaffected when timbres 
in unit ® are changed. If unit ® were set to PRO = ENA, changes of unit ® timbres 
would result in corresponding changes in unit ® . 



•TONE Mix AND KEY SPLIT MODE 

The following appears on the LCD when 
the MIDI key is pressed in the TOME MIX 
or KEY SPLIT mode: 




In this case, data exchange is only possible in the poly mode, and the mono mode cannot 
be specified. (The cursor will not move to the P. MODE position.) 

Settings for the send channel (KBCH), receive channel (CH) and timbre exchange able/dis- 
able (PRG = ENA7DIS) mode are made in the same manner as those for the NORMAL 
mode (see page 32). 

* When timbre change data or volume level change data is received from an external source 
in the TONE MIX or KEY SPLIT mode, the indicators on the CZ-3000 change for the 
settings corresponding to the position of the cursor. 



MIDI IH EACH MODE 



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CARE OF YOUR UNIT 



1, Please be careful of extreme temperatures, moisture and direct 
sunlight. 

Please avoid using or storing your CZ-3000 in places subject to direct sunlight, excessive- 
ly moist places or near air conditioning and heating appliances where temperatures and 
moisture tend to be extreme, 

2. Please do not drop this instrument or subject it to strong shocks. 

Subjecting this precision instrument to strong shocks may cause malfunctioning, so please 
be very careful. When carrying the CZ-3000 with you or transporting it, please protect it 
properly with shockabsorbant packaging, in particular the keyboard and switches. 

3. Make sure no foreign matter gets into the inside of this instrument. 

Please take care that no foreign objects, especially metal objects such as hair pins, sewing 
needles or coins gets into the instrument e.g. through the gaps between the keys. Also 
make sure no water or other fluids get in. Any metal objects or water entering the instru- 
ment can cause malfunctioning as well as an electric shock hazard, 

4. Customizing may cause malfunction and accidents. 

The CZ-3000 uses many high-precision electronic components. Converting it in any man- 
ner or carelessly touching the internal parts may cause malfunction and accidents and 
should therefore be avoided under all circumstances, 

5. Please do not use thinner and similar chemicals when cleaning this 
instrument. 

When cleaning youi iS.7 '3 00 0, use a soft cloth dampened with a neutral detergent solu- 
tion which has been wrung out completely to wipe the keyboard etc. 
(Jse of thinner, alcohol, benzene and similar chemicals should be avoided under all cir- 
cumstances. 

6. Insert and remove cartridges only after power has been turned off. 

Be sure to turn off power when inserting or removing cartridges to protect the RAM. 



I CARE OF YOUR UNIT 



35 



M. 



SPECIFICATIONS 



Model 


CZ-3000 


Keyboard 


61 keys/5 octaves 


Sound source 


PD (phase distortion) system 


Voices 


16(1 DCO)or8(2 DCOs) 


Modes 


NORMAL/TONE MIX/KFY SPLIT 


Programmer 


32 preset voices (fixed) 

32 memory voices (exchangeable) 

WRITE, COMPARE/RECALL 



Parameters 



DCO 1/DCO 2 

Waveform (33 types) 

Pitch envelope (STEP = 1 - 8/R ATE = 00 - 99/LEVEL = 00 - 99/ 

SUSTAIN/END) 
DCW 1/DCW 2 
Key follow (RANGE = 0-9) 
Wave envelope (STEP = 1 - 67RATE = 00 - 99/LEVEL = 00 ~ 99/ 

SCJSTAIN/END) 
DCA 1/DCA 2 
Key follow (RANGE = 0-9) 
Amp envelope (STEP 1 - 8/RATE = 00 ~ 99/LEVEL = 00 - 99/ 

SUSTAIN/END) 
Vibrato (WAVE- 1 -4/DELAY = 00-99/RATE=00-99/ 

DEPTH = 00 -99) 
Octave (RANGE = - 1/0/ + 1) 

Detune (OCT = 0~3/NOTE = 00~11/FINE = 00-60) 
Line select (1/2/1 +271+ V) 
Ring itiolIuIuI ion/Mui^t: r 1 1 : ■ ■: 1 1 j I ; j I i ■ ■ r i 
Initialize 



Tone mix 



Tone 1 (LEVEL = 00- 15yTone 2 (LEVEL = 00- 15) 



Key split 



Split point (01-60) 

LOWER (LEVEL = 00 -15)/(JPPER (LEVEL = 00- 15) 



Effect/Overall control 



Portamento time (00~99)/Portamento ON/OFF 

Glide note (-24- + 24yGlide time (00 - 99)/Glide ON/OFF 

Pitch bend/Bend range (00-12) 

Modulation depth (00~99)/Modulation ON/OFF 

Master tune (±100 cents) 

Key transpose (G — F # ) 

Master volume 

Chorus control 



Data entry 



LCD 



Value ® (SAVE)/S(LOAD), Cursor ® (NOV® (YES), Envelope step 

0'W, Envelope point (SUSTAIN, FMD) 

Dot matrix (32 character) 



Data SAVE/LOAD 
Other 



Cartridge RA-3, option (Timbre data SAVE/LOAD: 32 timbres) 
Solo 



SPECIFICATIONS 



36 





Rear panel 


LIME OUT jacks (R/L), Headphone jack (stereo). Sustain jack, Foot volume 
control jack, MIDI jacks (IN/OUT/THROUGH), Protect switch (ONJOFF), Car- 
tridge slot, Power jack 


Power supply 


AC 100V, 120V, 220V, 240V 


Memory back up 


3 size A A dry cells (Battery life: Approximately 1 year) 


Power consumption 


26W 


Dimensions 


1025 (W) x 341 (D) x 125 (H) mm (403/8" (W) x 137/16" (D) x 4"/]6* (H)) 


Weight 


11.7 kg (25.8 lb) including batteries 


Accessories 


AC power cord, Plug & cord set, Dust cover, 3 size A A dry cells 




*Dcsign and specifications are subject lo change without notice. 



SPECIFICATIONS 



37 



WARNING; 

CHANGING THE VOLTAGE SELECTOR MAY REQUIRE THE USE OF A DIFFERENT LINE CORD OR ATTACH- 
MENT PLUG, OR BOTH. TO REDUCE THE RJSK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, REFER SERVICING TO QUALI- 
FIED SERVICE PERSONNEL, 

GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF THE CI NIT IN THE U.S.A. (not 
applicable to other areas)* 

This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in 
strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television recep- 
tion. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance 
with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protec- 
tion against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will 
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, 
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. the user is encouraged to try to correct the inter- 
ference by one or more of the following measures: 

..... reorient the receiving antenna 

relocate the equipment with respect to the receiver 

move the equipment away from the receiver 

plug the equipment into a different outlet so that equipment and receiver are on different branch circuits. 

If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional sug- 
gestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission help- 
ful: "How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems". This booklet is available from the US 
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 20402, Stock Mo. 004^000-00345-4. 



38 



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CASIO DIGITAL SYNTHESIZER 

Model CZ-3000 MIDI Implementation Chart 



Function ... 


Transmitted 


Recognized 


Remarks 


Basic Default 
Channel Changed 


1 

1-16 


1 

1-16 




Default 
Mode Messages 
Altered 


Mode 3 
X 


Mode 3 

X 


Mode setting on panel 
(Mode 3, Mode 4) 
possible. 


Note 

Number: True voice 


36-96 


0-127 
36-96 


0-11,12-23,24-35=36-47, 
97-108,109-120, 
121-127 = 85-96 


Velocity Note ON 
Note OFF 


X9n v = 64 
X9n v = 


X9n v = 1-127-64 
X9n v = 0,8nv= x "X 


X X = ignored 


After Keys 
Touch Ch's 


X 
X 


X 
X 




Pitch Bender 


O 


O 


8 bits effective, 
0-12 halftones 


1 

5 

6 

Control 64 

65 


O 

X 
X 

O 

o 


OOOOO 


MODULATION WHEEL 
PORTAMENTO TIME 
MASTER TUNE 
SUSTAIN PEDAL 
PORTAMENTO ON/OFF 


Change 




Prog 

Change: True (t 


0-63 


0-63 
0-31 , 32-63 


0-31 preset 
32-63 memory 


System Exclusive 


o 


o 


Timbre data, and others 


System : Song Pos 
: Song Sel 
Common : Tune 


X 

X 
X 


X 

X 

x 




System : Clock 
Real Time : Commands 


X 

X 


X (MIDI mode) 
X 




Aux : Local ON/OFF 
: All Notes OFF 
Mes- : Active Sense 
sages : Reset 


X 
X 

X 
X 


O 

X 

X 
X 




Notes 


• 



Mode 1 ; OMNI ON, POLY 
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY 



Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO 
Mode 4 ; OMNI OFF, MONO 



O '• Yes 
X : No 



VOLTAGE SELECTOR 



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CAUTION! 



Before connecting the AC cord to the AC source, be sure io cheek whether the voltage indi- 
cation on the bottom of the unit fits your local supply rating. If not, contact the original 
retailer or nearby dealer. 



VORS1CHT! 



Bevor das Net/kabel an einen NetzanschluG angeschlosscn wtrd, muR. unbedingt geprtift 
werden, ob die auf dem Boden des Instruments angegebene Spannung mil Ihrer Strornnelz- 
spannung ubercinstimmt. SollLe dies nicht der Fall sein, so wenden Sie sich bitte an das 
Fachgeschaft,. in dem Sic das Instrument gekauft hahen, oder an Ihren nachsten Kunden- 

dienst. 



ATTENTION: 



Avant de brancher Ic cordon CA a la prise CA, ne pas oublier de controler si la tension 
indiquee au bas de I'apparcil correspond a la tension de voire secteur. Si ce n'est pas te cas, 
contactor le revendeur chez qui vous avcz elfectue votre achat ou le distrihuteur le plus 
proche. 



PRECAUCION: 



Antes de conectar el cordon dc CA en el tomacorriente, asegurarse de verificar si el voltaje 
indicado en la parte inferior dc la unidad, coincide con el voltaje de la localidad, De lo con- 
trariOj ponerse en contacto con el dislribuidor original o concesionario mas cercano. 



ATTENZIONE: 






Prima di collcgare il cordone con Ja presa di corrente a disposizionc, controllarc chc- il 
voltaggio scritto sul fondo de-ITunita corrisponda col voltaggio della rete a disposizione. 
In caso conlrario prendere contatto col rivenditore autorizzato oppurc col dcttagliantc piu 
vicino. 



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